July 19, 2019
Top News
Oregon has advanced the most ambitious response to housing affordability challenges in the country while California Gov. Gavin Newsom and lawmakers have struggled to pass strong renter protections and legislation that would significantly increase the state’s supply of homes.
Experts say the group is not violent and questioned whether police had infringed on the group’s civil rights by covertly recording its activity for four weeks.
Tickets written to motorists on streets where the speed limit had expired are illegal and should be overturned, according to a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court
Vermin Supreme is running. So is Seven the Dog. Former Alaska Sen. Mike Gravel’s campaign is run by two teens on Twitter. Who are the people running for president that you’ll probably never hear about?
Divorce rates are up for Americans over 50. But splitting up after that age may be particularly hazardous to your emotional and financial health, far worse than doing so at younger ages.
Northern California’s Daffodil Hill could no longer accommodate the amount of tourists and Instagrammers.
Gordon Parks’ 1961 images of favela dweller Flávio da Silva for Life magazine, on display at a current Getty exhibit, sparked a media spat between Brazil and the U.S. Da Silva tells The Times what the series meant to him
With shows about pedophilia rings and UFOs, the decade-old “Last Podcast on the Left” has gone from cult hit to a mirror of our current obsessions.
Southern California living
Jasper and Vjera Watts, along with their two young children, are trying to live a plastic-free life. It isn’t easy.
One of the advantages to living in Los Angeles is the ability to get away from it all, without too much of a drive (assuming traffic cooperates, which is a big assumption). When I need a serious change of scenery but can’t hop on a plane, I head to Topanga Canyon.
Yes, the official trailer for “Steven Universe The Movie” debuted at the show’s Comic-Con 2019 panel. Watch it here to see what Steven has been up to since the Season 5 finale.
The Russo brothers discussed ‘Avengers: Endgame’ and what’s next for the filmmaking duo at their Comic-Con Hall H panel
By making its viewers feel seen, NBC’s diverse, thoughtful sitcom about life working for a big-box store has developed one of TV’s most engaged fanbases.